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Research Achievement Awards honor early-career and accomplished Brown scholars

In recognition of high-impact research and fundamental discoveries, the University will celebrate the work of six researchers with achievement awards presented...

Master’s student committed to protecting NZ environment

Early on during her undergraduate studies at Lincoln University, she discovered that her interests lay in biosecurity and bioprotection.

A museum of… construction materials – a student-developed project wins an honourable mention

Darya Biaketava, a student of the Faculty of Architecture, has won an honourable mention in the international competition for the concept of the Museum of Materials.

Argyle Scholarship support praised

She is one of 10 recipients of the $6000 award established by Lincoln University in 2020, in recognition of the contribution of Marlborough’s Gordon Holmes to farming and education...

Lockdown a moot point for ambitious law students

While the COVID-19 pandemic has halted international travel, it has not stopped RMIT law students from battling it out in the world’s largest mooting competition.

University of Canterbury student hones skills to help Pacific home

A goal of giving back to his developing home country, Papua New Guinea, has motivated Charlie Ikosi to study at the University of Canterbury (UC).

After a year of digital learning and virtual teaching, let’s hear it for real...

Can children develop a love of reading by sitting alone with an e-book? In a new article on The Conversation, Associate Professor Kathryn MacCallum argues that real books are more engaging.

McGill’s investment strategy continues to yield significant results in reducing the carbon-intensity of the...

McGill is well on track to achieve the ambitious targets to decarbonize its endowment portfolio, as outlined in the 2019 report by the Committee to Advise on Matters of Social Responsibility (CAMSR).

A year on: Don’t let COVID-19 bring out the petty in us

On the anniversary of New Zealand's alert level 4 lockdown, Adjunct Professor Nicholas Agar argues COVID-19 in this country needs a branding refresh – and a return to the generosity of level 4.

Students receive entrepreneurship award for sports innovation

Chalmers students and elite athletes Johan Rogestedt and Johan Högstrand receive an entrepreneurship award for their master’s thesis project that may revolutionize sports technology.
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